Recyclart is at the crossroads of artistic programming and social economy. After its forced departure from Brussels Kapellekerk station in 2018, Recyclart was offered an old site in the Molenbeek Canal Zone by the Brussels-Capital Region. In this former printing house, the organization built an event space and bar with an industrial look, a vegetarian restaurant, and their offices in record time in 2019. In 2020, the wood and metal workshops will also be housed on the site. The large courtyard forms a connecting element between those different spaces and a wonderful summer afternoon outing. The general public was welcomed for the first time during the Kunstenfestivaldesarts in May 2019. Since then concerts, night events, lectures and exhibitions have been taking place every week.
Bruxelles ma belle
For the past 27 years, the walking club “la Bruegelienne” has organised an international walk of 12 or 16 km around Brussels. We cover the most beautiful sites Brussels has to offer (Royal Palace, European Commission, Grand Place and the Manneken Pis...). The aim of Brussels ma Belle is to explore Brussels in a pleasant and original way at a very reasonable price for each participant (1 euro)
Bruegel and his Marolles - guided tours
As part of the 2019 Bruegel-themed year, our non-profit organisation - thanks to the support of the Brussels-Capital Region - set up free tours for individuals throughout the year. These visits on fixed dates allowed Brussels residents, tourists and families alike to enjoy a guided tour that showcased Bruegel and the part the Marolles neighbourhood played in his life. We set up tours every Wednesday, with bilingual French and English tours on even Wednesdays and bilingual French and Dutch tours on odd Wednesdays. Such cultural events promote our heritage and help you discover and appreciate it.